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But it's a bold vision for a genre where conflict usually boils down to muscular guys beating on each other. And it's what makes this season of Legion among the most subversive television you'll see this year.
Legion insists that it has lots to tell us about who we are, but it's worth watching, mainly, to understand what it is.
It's a dark, trippy corner of that universe, where time moves more slowly, but it's filled with moments and images you'll find nowhere else.
I think it's a doozy. It certainly looked very nice, and the performances were all terrific. As for what actually happened in it? That's less clear.
It is great news for fans of superhero and fantasy stories in general that there is entertainment as rare as 'Legion' out there. [Full Review in Spanish]
Yet Legion shows true growth for the series, providing audiences with an even more uncanny look at the X-Men.
Either way, David going full tilt is an interesting place for the show (however unconvincingly it got there), because it opens up the narrative scope for season 3.
Legion may not be the deepest show on television, but it is the most multi-layered, and far and away the most lavish.
Legion has grown from "just" the most visually inventive show on television, to become a brilliant yet terrifying story about what it really means to entrust the fate of the universe in the hands of an unreliable protagonist with unlimited powers.
Legion continues to distinguish itself from its source material through both its underlying themes and it's signature visual style.
The sophomore installment of Legion is sort of like the Muppet Babies version of David Lynch - perhaps more so than ever before, with a musical dance sequence to rival that of the first.
Audience Reviews for Legion: Season 2
Sep 17, 2020The second instalment of Legion had me worried for a while. The absurdism and pace went up and down a lot. Still good but a clear step down from the first season.
Aug 10, 2020almost perfect, it drags in some parts, but the reward, a sunrise like you have never seen. unreal
Apr 24, 2020The season was clearly not as strong as the first. S1 took every bold second to advance the strange plot, but S2 definitely took its time. S1 had 8 episodes while S2 has 11, which I thought meant a longer story, but actually meant more room for "filler", though technically it wasn't. I liked Hawley's idea of experimenting with the genre, but it seemed more fitting as an epilogue or maybe end-credits scenes or just a short YouTube series. Still, LEGION is one of the best shows out there, and I love every minute of its weirdness and beautiful, perfect visuals.
Dec 22, 2019Keeps on the amazing craziness and creativity!
Dec 14, 2019Episodul 4 e cea mai buna ora de televiziune cu supereroi dar si restul sezonului rupe
Dec 03, 2019"Legions" strives to push forward the limits of mainstream television. Even if it is uneven and sometimes fails to deliver satysfaing conclusions, one must admit that it has impeccable sense of aesthetics and narrative.
Oct 08, 2019Love this series and a great ending to S2!!
Oct 02, 2019Loved this to the core until the end. The story falls apart for me. Still love this for it's visuals and original story telling!
Sep 01, 2019A little confusing at times but all comes good and makes sense in the last few episodes. Again some great tv work with astonishing moments that give viewers a new dimension in story telling
Aug 24, 2019Absolutely genius! One of the best comic book adaptations and most unique and original series you'll ever see.